Samsung is launching a local sales and support network for the PS4, PS3, and Xbox One console in partnership with Microsoft.
The network will allow players to buy and sell the hardware and services they need online, including game updates, content, and apps.
The new network is expected to help Samsung build on its reputation as a platform of choice for gaming and entertainment.
“This is an important step forward in enabling customers to seamlessly connect and buy PS4 games, services, and games through our platform,” said Kenzo Matsumoto, executive vice president and general manager, Worldwide Marketing, at Samsung Electronics.
“Through this new network, our customers can purchase and share their gaming and content, without leaving their homes.
This new service provides Samsung the opportunity to offer more value and better value for our customers.”
Samsung is also adding a new feature to the platform that enables consumers to pay for content in the cloud and through their mobile devices.
Consumers can now pay for purchases from the Cloud Marketplace.
Users can now access their PS4 content in their cloud account and pay for it using a credit card.
Samsung says this will allow customers to pay monthly fees for purchases made from their Cloud account.
The feature will launch in the U.S. and the European Union in the second half of the year.
“We believe this service is the most convenient and seamless way to pay, as it makes it easy for consumers to buy, download and play PS4 game and content on the go,” Matsumototo said.
“We hope this new feature will provide PS4 gamers and content creators the convenience and speed they’ve come to expect from us, and also help us grow the platform for gaming in the future.”